Dataset: ALA-
Taxa: Crassulaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
Phedimus aizoon (L.) 't Hart
UAM:Herb:258290T. G. Buch   1978-07-23
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 58.660314 137.295439

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UAM:Herb:32981Carl Roland   1992-07-19
Russia, Upper Kolyma R. Valley, 'Aborigen' field station vicinity, Asia, 61.5 149.5, 0 - 550m

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UAM:Herb:32952Carl Roland   1992-07-18
Russia, Upper Kolyma R. Valley, 'Aborigen' field station vicinity, Asia, 61.5 149.5, 0 - 550m

ALA
UAM:Herb:121324unknown   1977-08-08
Russia, Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk territory, Ayan-Maysk region, near Ayan village, 56.458333 138.168056

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UAM:Herb:121328S. S. Kharkevich   456 b.1974-08-22
Russia, Kamchatskiy region, Penzhinskiy district, vicinity of village Manily, low bush tundra, frequent.

ALA
UAM:Herb:253627Kari Stiles   2001-08-21
Russia, Sakhalin, Southeast Sakhalin Island; Cape Menaputsy., 46.3862833333 143.6085166667

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UAM:Herb:8198Carolyn L. Parker   1993-06-29
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, 10 km W of town, 64.73 177.5

ALA
UAM:Herb:253584Kari Stiles   2001-08-14
Russia, Sakhalin, Taliki River., 54.2748333333 142.81855, 23 - 23m

ALA
UAM:Herb:121383unknown   1976-07-31
Russia, Kamchatka, Kamchatka Region Koryaksky nat. district, Karaginsky district, Karaginsky Island, at the basin of the Markelovskaya river, 58.886333 163.778167

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UAM:Herb:242876Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   2005-08-15
Russia, Chukot, No specific locality recorded., 70.9366666667 -179.56

ALA
UAM:Herb:9147Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-08
Russia, Chukot, Koryakskoye Mtns, May Creek, 62.48 171.86

ALA
UAM:Herb:82840Vladimir Yu. Razzhivin   1978-07-06
Russia, Chukot, Egvekinot village and head of Kresta Bay, 10 km NW from the village, 66.33 -179.03

ALA
UAM:Herb:258284S. S. Kharkevich   1974-08-21
Russia, Kamchatka, unknown, 60.262073 165.75216

ALA
Hylotelephium viviparum (Maxim.) H. Ohba
UAM:Herb:258274S. S. Kharkevich   1989-09-22
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 43.19668 131.93101

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UAM:Herb:242889Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   2005-08-03
Russia, Chukot, No specific locality recorded., 65.645 -171.225

ALA
UAM:Herb:82882   1971-08-04
Russia, Chukot, Anyui Uplands, Baranikha village area, middle current of Rauchua R., 68.5 168.25

ALA
UAM:Herb:82881   1971-08-04
Russia, Chukot, Anyui Uplands, Baranikha village area, middle current Rau-Chua R., 68.5 168.25

ALA
UAM:Herb:7761Carolyn L. Parker   1993-06-25
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Provideniya Bay, Urelyky, E shore of Emma Bay, 64.41 -173.16

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UAM:Herb:121394unknown   1979-07-30
Russia, Sakhalin, Kuril Islands, Paramushir Island, Severo-Kurilsk (eroded/worn mountain on the coastal cliffs), Kurile Islands, Paramushir Island, 50.708005 156.131778

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UAM:Herb:245150Steffi Ickert-Bond, Jordan Metzgar, Richard Bond, Yulia Mikhaylova, Nadya Sekretareva   2010-07-20
Russia, Chukot, Hillside above creek near Chegitun River, 65.6183611111 -171.9024166667, 56 - 56m

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UAM:Herb:253513Kari Stiles   2001-08-08
Russia, Sakhalin, North Sakhalin Island; west side of Cape Yelizabety; drainage in between Muni and Nala Rivers., 54.37075 142.6769833333

ALA
UAM:Herb:49677David F. Murray   1999-08-07
China, Liangdaohe, along the Golmud-Lhasa Hwy. betw. Amdo and Nagqu, 31.81 91.73, 0 - 4850m

ALA
UAM:Herb:243064Bente Eriksen   2005-07-30
Russia, Kamchatka, No specific locality recorded.

ALA
UAM:Herb:250157Bente Eriksen   14232005-07-18
Russia, Kamchatka, Kamchatka. Utka River. 46 km N along the road from the Petropavlovsk-Ust'Bolsheretsk road crossing past Karymay village. Coastal plain, Kamchatka Krai, 53.213667 156.878194, 200 - 200m


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